It's possible but it's expensive. Very expensive. Look in the phone book for video production services. If the video quality is bad, it won't help in the way it's seen on cop shows on TV. If the data isn't there, it's not easy to make it look good in a way that won't be seen as "manipulating" the video and that would probably make it inadmissable in court.
Cameras that have license plate resolution are expensive but they are available. I think people who sell security cameras often make decisions about what they'll include in the system without asking the right questions.
I don't do much work with security cameras but when I see video of a crime and it looks like it was shot by the idiots who "filmed" Bigfoot, it makes me want to go to the place and find out who sold, set up and installed the system. Video with low resolution is useless and good cameras with a DVR that has enough storage to allow recording with higher resolution are expensive. Business owners don't like/want to pay for the better equipment. They often don't see the benefit of the extra camera(s) that would allow seeing events that make a big difference in an investigation and I just spent a couple of hours watching the video on a DVR I installed, to see if the guy who robbed a dry cleaner walked away or got into a car. The cameras I installed weren't supposed to cover that building's exterior and in looking at the place that was robbed, they have nothing covering the doors from the outside. Sure, the guy looked right at the cameras inside and sure, he went to high school with the girl he robbed and they have known he has been robbing many places recently but they wanted to know if he was assisted.